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   Vermont: Burke Mountain Resort: Expansions
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Cutter Area at Burke Mountain Resort
Cutter Area Details
Cutter Area
Status:Proposed
First Season of Operation:
Lifts:1 chairlift
Terrain:60 acres
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Tying into a proposed East Bowl lift expansion, a real estate dominated Cutter Area has been proposed.

In terms of skiing facilities, Cutter would feature a chairlift dropping down from near the runout of East Bowl to a new base area on Pinkham Road. Multiple main trails would descend from the lift, as well as numerous side trails around housing developments.

In terms of real estate, 395 units were planned in a 2008 master plan.

Since the release of that master plan, on mountain improvements have been confined to the existing ski area, as have real estate plans. It is not known if or when the Cutter area will be developed.


The Cutter Area in a 2008 development map
The Cutter Area in a 2008 development map

Burke Mountain Resort Expansion History
Project NameSeasonStatus
Cutter AreaProposed
East BowlOpen
Sherburne Area1978-79Open
West BowlProposed
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Last updated: May 9, 2014

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